General Electrical Safety
With the technology employees have available in the workplace now days, a tremendous amount of power is drawn off the power grid. Americans electrical usage has nearly tripled in the past two decades. "General Electrical Safety" training reminds employees about elec...
With the technology employees have available in the workplace now days, a tremendous amount of power is drawn off the power grid. Americans electrical usage has nearly tripled in the past two decades. "General Electrical Safety" training reminds employees about electrical hazards they may face in their jobs, and provides the information they need to work safely around electricity. These programs will also assist facilities in satisfying the OSHA training requirements under 29 CFR Part 1910.331 (General Industrial Electrical Safety Standard) for "non-qualified" employees. Topics covered in these products include: How electricity works, Fuses and circuit breakers, Grounding and GFIs, Safe work practices, Outlets, plugs and extension cords, Working with electrical equipment, Using ladders around electricity, Electrical emergencies, and more.
OSHA's Position On General Electrical Safety Training
Today’s workplace environments rely more and more on electric power when it comes to electronics and various machinery and power tools. In fact, electrical power usage has nearly tripled in the U.S. workplace over the past 20 years. Because of the inherent dangers associated with working with electricity, OSHA has stipulated a number of mandatory regulations for work areas that incorporate electric power (OSHA 29 CFR 1910.331- 335). As with all OSHA required standards, the employer is responsible for providing adequate training for employees in the appropriate work environments. On this site, you will find complete and comprehensive OSHA-required training programs that cover these regulations. The training materials and training tools, that we provide, cover subjects that include:
- How electricity works
- Outlets, plugs and extension cords
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (OSHA 1910.137)
- Proper tool selection
- Grounding requirements (OSHA 1910.304(f)(5)(v) ; 1910.304(a)(3))
- Electrical hazard recognition
- Electrical Hazards associated with crane operations
- Electrical Training for qualified and non-qualified employees (OSHA 1910.332)
- Dealing with electrical emergencies
In addition to the engaging, informative and easy-to-understand DVD videos that we offer, we also have additional training tools that include; posters, CD-ROM training, electrical safety booklets, training manuals and other safety materials.
OSHA mandatory regulations requirements include that employees, both “qualified” and “non-qualified”, receive the necessary training. We make it possible to obtain the needed training tools for all OSHA-mandated training in this one-stop location.
Please look over our high quality General Electrical Safety Training videos and supplies that will allow you to completely meet OSHA’s training requirements without having to look elsewhere! Afterwards, you can select the item(s) that you’ll require and then place your order. We make it easy for you! If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
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